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Mason Lane Farm, Goshen, Indiana.  It's geometric bamboo structure is not located in Asia or in the tropics, but in the rather unexpected locale of Goshen, Indiana. American architecture practice De Leon & Primmer created the Mason Lane Farm Operations Facility as their entry into the 2010 World Architecture Festival. It houses farm equipment, hay and other stored goods. The bamboo stalks were laid out in a lattice grid fashion and assembled using galvanized rebar wire ties, providing…

Mason Lane Farm, Goshen, Indiana. It's geometric bamboo structure is not located in Asia or in the tropics, but in the rather unexpected locale of Goshen, Indiana. American architecture practice De Leon & Primmer created the Mason Lane Farm Operations Facility as their entry into the 2010 World Architecture Festival. It houses farm equipment, hay and other stored goods. The bamboo stalks were laid out in a lattice grid fashion and assembled using galvanized rebar wire ties, providing…

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catrinastewart: “ Shabono structures by the Yanomami From southern Venezuela and northern Brazil, the Yanomami built Shabonos as temporary dwellings for the whole community. Built using thatched palm.

Índios Yanomami - Surucucu, Amazônia, Brasil "Oca: É uma a mais comum habitação indígena, principalmente entre os índios da família tupi-guarani (neste caso, Yanomamis). Consiste em uma grande cabana, feita com troncos de árvores e cobertas com palha ou tranco de palmeira. Na oca, podem viver várias famílias de uma mesma tribo." http://ensinar-aprender.com.br/

Índios Yanomami - Surucucu, Amazônia, Brasil "Oca: É uma a mais comum habitação indígena, principalmente entre os índios da família tupi-guarani (neste caso, Yanomamis). Consiste em uma grande cabana, feita com troncos de árvores e cobertas com palha ou tranco de palmeira. Na oca, podem viver várias famílias de uma mesma tribo." http://ensinar-aprender.com.br/

Amazon, Brazil.  1972 |  ©Rodrigo Petrella

pachatata: “ Meynh, Brazil, 2012 from “Kayapós, Give Me Your Eyes” serie by Rodrigo Petrella ”

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